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I failed my as levels and I don't know whether I should enroll in college Watch

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    I want to study law in uni, I know you don't need to study law as an a level, but i enjoy it.
    In my january exams i got U E in law, and psychology, wasn't the easiest to deal with, but i retook both exams and got two U grades.
    I also take a btec business, which I have currently completed all passes for
    My sixth form won't allow me to retake the law course, but they will let me retake psychology, so I'd still have a2 btec business and to redo my psychology and another if i pick up another, or should I join a college and start everything over again, I'd still be doing 2 years either way I go?
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    Definitely join a college.


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    College sounds like maybe a better option for you, you can take a BTEC in law which is the equivalent to three A levels but its mostly assessment and essay based, so you won't have too many exams. If you're willing to start all over again, then having a BTEC might be a good way to go so you have a good grounding when searching for uni's. Good luck!
 
 
 
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